BAKERSFIELD - The man accused of shooting and killing two bondsmen--brothers--in 2012 entered a plea Friday.
Stephen Michael Stewart pleaded "no contest" to two counts of voluntary manslaughter and one count of prisoner in possession of a weapon.
The brothers worked for their father's bail bond business, Bad Dog Bailbonds.
One of the brothers was found in the front yard with a single gunshot wound and the other was found inside the home on Kamloops Drive with multiple gunshot wounds, according to the Bakersfield Police Department.
Two counts of first degree murder and other charges against Stewart were dropped.
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